Dominique Moritz is a lecturer in the USC Law School at the University of the Sunshine Coast (USC). Dominique has a PhD, Master of Laws degree with a focus on health and medical law and has also completed a Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice, Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Justice (Criminology). Dominique has been admitted as a Solicitor in the Supreme Court of Queensland.
Prior to commencing teaching and research at USC, Dominique served as a police officer with the Queensland Police Service. Dominique has also worked in the industrial and employment law field representing people in a variety of matters including mediation and arbitration through the Industrial Relations Commission.
Dominique's research interests involve health practitioner regulation, the coronial system and consent issues. Dominique's doctoral research evaluated paramedic regulation in Australia and proposed that Australian paramedics should be registered under the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law Act. This short video submitted to the Vice Chancellor's Research Pitch Challenge in 2017 summarises Dominique's research.
- Admitted as Solicitor (Supreme Court of Queensland)
- Golden Key International Honours Society